ISLAMIC SOCITY OF DARWIN

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ISLAMIC SOCITY OF DARWIN-ISOD

The Islamic Society of Darwin, formerly known as the Islamic Society of the Northern Territory (ISNT), was established in the year 1971, when the dire need for the preservation of the Muslim identity was felt. There was no mosque built yet in Darwin at that time. In February 1978, the ISNT acquired 1.2 acres of land in Wanguri, after a long drawn negotiation with the government. By the grace of Almighty Allah, sufficient funds were collected through various sources, which included generous donations from the Darwin Muslim community, interstate donations and grants from Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, the Department of Immigration, the Islamic Solidarity Fund and the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils, and by using these funds, the Darwin Mosque and Islamic Centre, was constructed on the granted land.

In subsequent years, the society grew. It then expanded the mosque, established the Islamic Community Hall and was able to secure a separate section for burial of Muslims at the Thorak cemetery.

Our Services

A not-for-profit organisation that provides a range of services to the Darwin Muslim community

Family Counseling
and Naseeha (advice)

Funeral
Services

Zakah (Zakah Al Mal)
FAQ Guide

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Islamic School Project.

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Mosque Maintenance Fund

Donate for Mosque Maintenance Fund

Donate for Imaam Fund

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Donate for General Fund

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Donate for Zakah Fund

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Facilities for its worshippers

  • Main prayer hall with a capacity for up to 100 worshippers.
  • Courtyard. Capacity for 200 worshippers.
  • Library with a large selection of books in English, Arabic, Indonesian, Urdu and others
  • Fully equipped catering kitchen for annual functions.
  • Management office, storage rooms
  • Secure car park for 50 over cars, including allocated disabled parking space.
  • Newly built centralised wudhu area for men and women including disabled toilet access facilities with a capacity of facilitating up to 20 people at peak times.
  • Islamic Community Hall which has a number of existing teaching, meeting and seminar rooms available and also a large hall with a capacity for up to 300 and more people.
  • An Islamic weekend school is also provided for islamic education and mulsim friends. Click Here for More Information on Education.
  • A Play Ground is provided to keep children of all ages busy.